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COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1878.
VOL. XXIII. NO. 25.
T. W, KEESEE, President.
'Lri'lL'sj FKIEItsioN.l aliler.
By ALFRED S. HOESLET.
II. W. KULW'ILER,
1 1 tHj rC, i
J3H1I WESLSY AND WITCSCSAFT.
WiatSSSaii, asi What Se Did Hot
Saj He Never Saw A Spirit.
To the FJitor of the xw York Sun.
Mr. 1. Winder, of Wyoming, Ohio,
in an article in the American Spirit
ual Magazine (p 3U1. ) makes Jolin
Wesley, the founder of Methodism,
"Oil Friday, July 3, I was fitting at
dinner, when I thought I heard some
one eoiiiiiig along the passnge. 1
looked nbout and .saw my aunt, Mar
garet Scott, of New Castle, standing at
my hack. On Saturuay l nan a ictier
informing me that she died that
The -notation ran ho found in Wes
ley's works ( liondon edition, vol. iv.,
p'.'i'Jii), Iut the word are Klizalieth
ilolison'.-s ami not Wesley's. Her
narative lills twelve pages of the book,
and the following is a verbatum cpy
ol' what Wesley dd concerning it (p.
'Wednesday (May) 2 (171K), and
the two following days, being at .Sun
derland, 1 took down, from one who
le:i red God from her infancy, one of
the strangest aeeounts J ever read.
An I yet 1 fan rind no pretence to dis-iM-lieve
i. Tin? well-known character
of the person excludes nil suspicion of
fraud, and the nature of the circum
stances themselves excludes the 1 hjs
sihility of a delusion. Jt is true there
nit several of thein whicli 1 do not
comprehend, lint this is with me a
very slender object ion. For what is
it which 1 do not comprehend; even
of the things i see ,daily ? Truly not
'The smallest grain of sand, or spin
1 know nol how the one grows, nor
how the particles of the other cohere
together. What pretense have I, then,
to deny well-attested facts because 1
cannot comprehend them '.'
'.'It is true, likewise, that the Ji.ng
lish, in general, and indeed, most of
the men of learning in Kurope, have
Kiveiiupall accounts of witches and
apparitions as mere old wiveV fables.
J am sorry for it, and I willingly take
this op or unity of entering my solemn
protest against the violent compli
ment which so iminy that believe the
liihle pay to those who do not lielieve
it. owe them no such service. I
lake knowledge that these are at the
IhiI tout of the outcry which has been
raised, and with such insolence spread
throughout the nation, in direct oppo
sition not only to the Juhle, but to the
MiiUVagc of the wisest and best men in
in ail aires and nations. They well
hne.v whether Christians know it or
not ' that the giving up of witchcraft
s, in ctlect, giving up the Dibit. And
they know, on the ot tier hand, that if
Im! one account of intercourse of men
with separate spirits In admitted, their
whole castle in the air (Deism, A the-.
im, Materialism) falls to the ground
1 know no reason, therefore, why we
xhtml I sutler this weapon to be
vrs.fled out of our hands,
indeed, there are numerous ar
jriiiuoiils. 1-csides which abun
dantly co: ruts' their vain imagina
tions. JJut we need not lie hooted
out of our; neither reason or religion
'lno of tlie capital otiioetioii to all
IIjcmc accounts, wliich I have known
urged over and over, is this; "Did you
ever we an apparition yourself.'" Nr;
nor did 1 ever a murder, Yet I I Re
lieve there is such a tiling; yea, and
that in nc j.lace or auotlicr the;e js a
nyrdcr coiiiinitteiLcvery lay. There
tor" i 'an not, as a reasonable man,
.deny tii" iict, although 1 never saw it,
?uui perliaj.f never may. 1 he testimo
ny of uiiexceptioiiij'ile witno-scs fully
-tniviiee iue botli of the one and the
other.'' "NV, II, CV
An Eitracrdinar? CE8
. , i
etiiarkaole surgical ,
ojieru' ioii mi recently been com
pleted ai St. Catherine's hospital,
WiU'ain-hurg, New York. On Fn
!ay, Augu-i '.'J I. ITH, while Dora Con
rad, of So. .".in Mangin street, was at
Je:id:ng a j-'iiney in aterbury.s bag
iactory. i:i iiruij-wick, her hair, which
was hanging loose, cau.-dit in one of
he siiiielles, and in au l!ftu;)t the
hair and scalp on one side of her head
was torn out. 1 1 wa none so omcwi.
f hat she only felt a lug. The over
sr took her to St. Cathtiuc's hosi
tal, on liriiusw jc(i avenue, where the
doctors said they could not tjo any
thing for her. Two days after the
physician in charge said, "I can save
,'ier, if she can stand the ocration 1
; give her a new scalp ly transplun-
The ulceration .if transplantation of
kin is an exceedingly delicate one,
.and has been but recently introduced
into surgery as a remedy in case of
open wounds. Tbe g.islly iiijnry in
Ihctcd on Mi-s Conrad not only t ore off
the scalp , but destroyed u portion of
fhe periosteum. No lioH's were at
flrsi-entertained of her r'-oveiy ; but
jis days wore on her naturally good
constitution enabled granulation to be
gin and l!e,h commenced to form. Ta
king ail vantage of this the doctor took
1 wo pieces from Dora's own arm, and,
cutting them in small pieces grafted
them on tin peiiosleiim, about a quar
ter of an inch apart, and iu a row
nlxiut. a fpiarter ol an inch from the
line of the lower edge of the wound,
holding them in position wj.h small
strips of pl.i-tcr. In a few days mi
inue rami.'ic.itions cxtendeil from
these jilile gratis to each other and to
the stupid skin, which gradually in
cleased inl'U (hey bridged over the
space between heio, and new skin
was thus produced-
Tiiis operation was carefully ro-
icalcd dining t!ie secn montlis the
gill lay iu the hospital, and the graft
for the purpose being freely furnished
by sister Dolorosa front h( r arms. Sis
ter Joanna, also furnished material
for grafts during the operation. The
doctor was so sUillfnl iu his manipu
lations that every piece of skin gratted
took root, ainl ihe entire skull was
again covered wit h a firm, healthy,
but hairless sj alp. There are spots In
reft of feeling; then- are I hone connect
ing direejl.v with the skull, periosteum
having been dctsroyed just there.
'J'lu.rti M as tlaugerof tiie upper table of
t he skill) tly ii)g in these places, but,
lortuuatclv, tlui .i dressing prevented
The c-i-e cvites iiucl interest
fiuioug the surgical profession.
TTiiat Arnj CS:ers Ara Paid.
Fort Kbit better to the Xe York Herald.;
For their services and risk it is gen
errlly suppo-cd the officers receive
large pay, yet the fact is tluy are
voorlv n.iid. as the following list f
halaritis will snow: A Secoiid Lieuten
ant of infantry gets si, jixi per year, a
J'irst fiieutfinuit of infantry $'l,.Vn, a
C;i)U.i;i ofiuf.iutrv l,s1', a ,Seeontl
Lic'iietiant of cavalry Sl,"'K jier year,
a I i;-: I .i n: . i:.int 1 , . t. a Captain
is-I.o.M ; ;.ij.,-:s of infantry, c ivalry
and ai tiiiery, VVU; Lieutenant Colo
nels, .:;, o',o:ie!s, ,s:..VN. This
does n-it in, link ipiarters aijij fuel in
kind or eoniiuutatioii of ipiarters and
f.lcl, when not with troops. When
officers are serving with troops they
are provided by the Oovcruincnt with
ipiarters and fuel free of charge, but
w bun they are stationed iu a city or
on stall" d iiv, they a'-e allowed to
comiiiuie their juai!ers :,nd fuel
money at a i! ice lixed by ih,. army
regitla!io;is. 1 f an olVn-er is married,
it is cheaper for hint to lie with troops-,
and he furnished w ith pi'irtcr and
fuel in kind lor hinis. if ami fainiiv;
but if he is a Mi'.gie man, then he can
lioard in a f imdy m the city and his
juoucy uUowaiicc for ju;irU'ra uud
fuel will go a long way in paying his
expenses. I he salaries are suincieni,
but none too large, in me summer
season, esnccialiv in cavalry, while
troops ai in the held, the officers
have tomaintan their held mess as
well as their families at home, and
this involves a double exiwnse. It
would cost them little more to live if
thev were with their family than it
d.x-s to maintain the family without
them; but the field mess is expensive,
and the olTioer returning trom a Mini
mer's campaign buds all the money
used m. In winter they retrench
and save something, only to be ex
neiided the next Summer. Then,
airain. ther changes of stations, and
the aruiv officer must look out for or
ders. His w ife ami children are not
recoirnized by army regulations, an
when lie moves he must move them
at his own expense. this occurs
irenerallv once a vear, but at best
every to veal's, and if he has saved
up a few hundred dollars, it has all to
be expended hi reaching his new sta
tion, lie never lias a permanent
home, no fixed habitation or good
furniture, and so he lives from hand
to mouth, vear idler year, until at
last he dies and uroes the way of the
good army officers and worn-out poll
Marrying for JToaej.
A late author very truthfully say-
"Gold cannot buy happiness, and the
parents who compel their daughters 'to
marry lor station or money commit a
grievous sin against humanity and
(iod. And a woman who marries
churl for his wealth will find that she
has made a terrible bargain that all
theglitterings of heartless grandeur
are ihoMhorescent glitterings of
heart-wretchedness; that her Hie will
lie one of gilded misery, and her old
age will le like a crag on the bleak
side of a mountain, where cold moon
beams sometimes glitter, but no birds
sing, but wild storms liowJ and hoarse
thunders roar, and through the sweep
ing storm shall be heard the stern voice
of the great God, saying: 'Your riches
are corrupted, your garments are
moth-eaten, your gold and silver are
cankreed, and the rust of them shall
I a witness against you, and cat your
flesh as if it were lire.' "
That Mr. Tennyson is sensitively re
luctant to lie lioni.ed is well known;
but J think there is something very
funny in the following true incident:
A young lady a veracious young lady
was walking in the country lanes
close to one of the Laureate's resi
dences, when she met a gentleman,
who at her approach duliViately took
out a handkerchief and spread it over
his face. 1 laving had no intention of
staring at the stranger, she marveled
at the evident measure of defense, and
hurried past, not without trepidation;
but the daughter of live, oi couise,
turned round before she was out of
sight, and liehcld Mr. Tcnnyfon go
ing on his way unveiled.
Eer.ry Ward Eaccier Hepui:
I From the recent sermon iu l'lysuoulb
It wr.s sal I .b"i! Mas created er
fcet. It was also said thift Adam sin
ned, and thaf. in const ijuciu.-c of (hat
sin, the whole human race Jell. The
iuiiiiIh'I'h of the human race were act
ually Ih'VoikI computation, and for
thousands and thousands and thou
saicU i.f ye'irs l.bey had lieon bornjnto
the wrtrld, hul iit-4 "ml "t niggled,
and finally died, :ud gtdje Alicfe'.'
If yon tell me they ha'.e nil gone t
heavt-n, my an-wer wii! lie that sm-h
a swecliing of loud into heaven would
1 duiile it purity, and 1 cannot accept
that. If you u.M !':' ihey have gone
to Iveli, "then 1 swear ov t'nc ! .o'd
J("tis Christ, whom Ihavc sworn to
ors!jip fgrfver. that you will make
an liifldel or m. t.g tioelrme tnat
( iod has lieen for thou---U(ils r yeurj
jieoplpi; thi earth with human be
ings, during a pei-iod, f Jifi c-fourths o(
which was not illumiucd tv uu altar
nr a. church, and in jilaecs where a
vast jiopulatioii of those people are
yet without that light, is to transform
the AM!'tl'-htv into a monster more
4eous ila,!i" Sa'f.'i liimseif,
swear by tilt that is suriva tu.ti: ;
never worship Satan, though
should appear dressed in royal robes
andseateff on the thrum? of Jelujvah.
Men may s iy, "Voil will U'.'t go-io
heaven.;' A heaven jiresided oTTv u"
such a ij;j!iuin as that, who has been
peopliug this woild wjth millions of
human I icings and then settpij;g
thorn (If info hell, not like dead flies,
but without c-.!i tiii; the trouble even
to kill them, und gloating and Jaugh
ing over eteriiiU mis.ry, is not such a
heaven as I want to go to. The doc
trine is tiM) horrible. 1 cannot believe
it, and I won't. They say the saints
in heaven are so happy that tliey do
not mind the tonoeuU of the dammed
in hell. JJut what sort of saints must
they lie who could be happy while
looking down upon the horrors of the
lsittomless pit? They don't mind.
There' re safe; there're happy. What
would the mother think of the lt
yenr old daughter who, when her in
fant was lyiug dead in the house,
should come dancing and singing ;nto
the parlor and exclaim, "Oh, I'm so
happy, mother; I don't care for the
dead baby in the collin!"' Would she
not U slmekiul;' And so with Ibis
doctrine. Ami, by the biod of Christ,
I denounce it: by the wound.-, iu 1 1 is
hands ami Mis feet, I abhor it; by J lis
groans ami agony, I abhor and de
nounce it as the most hideous night
mare of theology.
Repudiation Must not be Termitted.
1 Nashville Aiourlran.;
The Democracy of Tennessee can
not jK-rmit the State to slide into the
slough of Repudiation. The IJemo--ri'tic
is tl;( dominant party in the
State, so largely so that it will be justly
hold responsible for 1 1 ica-Immigration
of its laws, for proper legirlatum. ajid
forireserving and protecting both thti
latmr of the State and the welfare of
the lH'oplc. It is now lnH-oming fash
ioiialde f,r r ji;nlialioubts to ridicule
the honor of tlic Slate. Her pljhtsjd
faith is mentioned With a jeer, ouk'
times with a sneer. It is by somceon
sidered a good joke, most laughable
wit to pronounce the word ''honor''
as "if it were'tpcllcd 'hou-avwli." Mil!,
the honor yf a State can not be sci.rn
ed by tliose who profess to represent
tie. wcoplc, without inilieting material
injury ukui the interest of all the peo
pte, iMith rich and poor. Honor and
imserity are one and inseparable,
w hether of an Individual, a t oinmum
tv, or a State." The poor, the debtor
ehiss. are more immediately and deei.-
j lv interested in that which affects the
general projperlty that the rich,, than
: ti:ose who have the tvsuurcos to huttlt
I and ove! ride the waves of t-. nipurary
i industrial depression. Our Legislature
I just adjourned h.is made the iiaine of
j'reiinssee a hy-word an la re;-a.-h id
I'very commercial circle, in the marts
and 'markets of the world. I ler larm
iers, lier mmeiv, h-r maiiui"ao!ui-oi,
! her merchants, will find ruin staring
them in the face unless Tennessee
I Democrats, true to their ancient faith,
j true to the integrity at" a Jackson,
j whose escutcheon ii ie no b'.t.teh, uhall
! arise iu their might and declare that
! Ihe golden principles and olden pur
Ijmiscs of tin "Volunteer State" shall
! not be t irnishcd bv toi:c'u of Hep ldia-
! I ! there is any br.ikco'i tlie-whcels of
i civil service re:oi iu it is not put down
' bv tic ban I of Mr. Scliii v, That pre-
txt won't do; the men woo want to
put Cad Sehur. do irt want rerorm
t coiu in. I'UiUidclpliiu Ledger,
CEOATE AS AN OEATCS.
A Famcus Speech, Eitherto Unput
lished, in Eeplj to Suchasan.
Alex. H. Stephens la Chrlsraas Gazette.
Perhaps the reminiscences of a man
who entered the arena of. public life
forty years ago may not prove uum
tepesting at this time, and the many
clranges that have taken place in that
eriod render his recollections of some
value independent oi any oiuer en
enm.-tance. I entered Congress in
1843, w hen I was of the age of thirty
one years, when the second genera
tion of the great statesmen were stil
on the hoards, lapping the revolution
ary age. They were iu the full vigor of
intellect, and still figuring prominent'
ly on the public stage. John Quincy
Adams was a meniber of the House of
.Representatives. Calhoun, Clay am
Webster were the three great leaders
of particular political ideas. They
were known as the great American
trio of their respeetiveschools. One ot
the first deep impressions made upon
my mind was by J hi fas Choate, of
Massachusetts. iOarly iu my first ses
sion I hud gone into theSenate to see Mr,
Jterrieu, of Georgia. While 1 was
about leaving the Senate chamber the
ord?r of the day was called and before
I reached the door the tones of voice
of a Micaker attracted my attention. I
Turned in the direction of the orator,
and saw liefore me a remarkable-looking
man of medium size, with raven
locks, a striking black eye, a pallid
check, a bearing as if fully charged
with his subieet, and bis band trem
bling as if with electricity. The chair
had announced the gentleman from
.'iduiiium 11,. ciii.i All till aii.-, ai. v
r.,.. i.,...., ...i ;.. .... ;,.i...,t
knew it must be Jtulus t 'iioate. I soon
became very much interested m ins
peaking. His matter ami si vie were
xrand and became more so as he pro.
gressed. Kvery one was enraptured
with his eloouenee. lie was replying
to a sikwIi made by Mr. liuchanan,
tin a resolution to give notice to tue
English tJovernment of a termination
of joint occupation of Oregon. Mr,
Ihiehanan had taken the extreme
view, calculated to arouse a war feel
ing. lie spoke of a deep-seated en
mity in the breasts of our people over
the wrongs inflicted by Knttiand in
former days, and that ill blood and
hate existed in this country in conse
quence of these wrongs.
1 he (jlolie ot tsf'j, m reporting the
reply of Mr. Choate, says it can not
finish the reort of the speech, owing
to the sudden indisposition if its re
porter. I can repeat the.omittcd por
tion even at this distance of time, so
profound was the impression made up
on me, UhenJMr. cnoate came to
this part of JJurhaiian s sieech he
eemed to rise to a majesty that im
pressed his audience more deeply than
had ever witnessed any orator ac
complish ou a like occasion. After
quoting ' these expressions ot Mr.
Iuehaii:ui, Mr. t hoatesaid: "How is
this? is it so ? Is it so that there
are ait.Vtluug ne deep-sea reil teeling
of hate or eumitv toward Kngland ?
Sir! in In-half of my countrymen 1
ilenv the allegation. I protest against
the statement lltllf lh y indulge in
any sentiment so unmoral, ir uuchiv
alrous, si, unchristian and so unwor
thy good and gallant men. f,it us
liscnminttte, ' said lie. "ihal there is
an intense feeling indulged in by them
of exultation over their indeiH iidencc,
1 admit- That tiny cherish an in
tense seijtui.'lU c,f ;iil)s'-ioo!iess of
tiiis indci)endeiice, and of a high and
grand destiny we are to fulfill in our
race with the mother country and
with the foremost nations of the earth
in all.that rends toelevate, adorn and
cmpihio civilization, 1 grant. Hut I
ileiiv that n.r.i.e j s!'v sentiment akin
to enmity or hale toward' Hie goai of
true national renown. No, sir! No, sir
We are above all tnis. Knvy, malice,
hate and revenge are passions which
l;",ve no existence or abiding-place in
thislaicl. tAi Iligjijimd clans
man, half naked, half civilized, Half
blinded by the peat smoke of his cai
io, l;aye bis hereditary enmity, find
keep his keen, deep aijd hf.i'fditipry
passions ijniiealeil, st't (ill tlje lire of
hell Hljve in Ids breast; let the North
American Indian, driven to the Pa
cific shore, and looking back upon the
land of his fore-fathers, indulge in
feelings of hate for unavenged wrongs
that have been done him; but never
let it le said that such passions dwell
iu An. Ciii.au hrf.ft.sts. Are we mop
ing over "the w rongs of. Stamp .aci or
tea tax, or sulisequeiit wrongs? Why!
sir, ptv t 11 these settled hy the
"l.u'ious deeds of om: :uu:t.siiii;3 In the
bloody striigC:: "f lCvvviuliyU nfl
in the secoiid war? Did we not cor."
oi)t of these struggles with glory rath
er thau shame? Were not all these
wrongs righted-? Was not our honor
as well as our rights amply vimlicat
ed? l)fd we leave the battle-lields
Saratoga, Monmouth, or Yorktown,
Lundy's li.'ine, or New Orleans sulk
ily, or with feelings that our wrongs
werenot righted? No, sir! No, sir! in
the name of my country I deny it.
12ver after thi speecji 1 never
an opportunity go by to hear Mr.
Choate. 1 consider him the most in
teresting man for impassioned oratory
1 ever heard. He had a faculty few
men possessed of never tiring his
hearers. Seven years afterward I
liea-d him argue ihe case of the
boundary line lietween llliode Island
and Massachusetts in the Supreme
Court. It was as lull a ease as any
ordinary land-ejectment suit. I was
at a loss to 'understand how Mr
Choate could interest an audience un
der such circumstances. The court
had lieen occupied live days by pojue
of Ihe ablest lawyers. Among the'n
were John Sargent and Horace Din
ney. Kncli of the latter occupied two
days in his argument. The room
was thronged to hear Choate's reply.
From the moment he commenced he
eitchujut'd th audience, and enlivened
the dull huoject by not hisc,ri,,al allu
sions ami pleasing illustrations. The
logical connection of his argument
was excellent, and so well arranged
that in two hours he had finished a
thorough argument, which was inter
spersed iliroic'hout with suhlime im
agery. Kvery parugrapn wii? ua t lis?
turning of a kaleidoscope, when new
and brilliant images are represented
at everv turn. At the conclusion of
that sjcej-h t , confirmed in the
opinion that he was the greateai ora
tor T-ver heard, and in this resiwct
he was greater than Calhoun, Clay or
Gen. Sutler's Latest Speech.
It was characteristic of Gen. BfT
1. Kit's interesting audacity that he
should find an opportunity fir his
second attack on KaYi s iit a dinner
given bv Rank's Boston- admirers to
Hanks, wiiosu'iiioi-ts tlie Administra
tion in a feeble and spiritless fau'.Hon
Pushing R.VXKi uitdt-i' tlu? table, to
to sneak, and looking unite over the
heads of Hank's astoni.-died admirers,
t be lough ty Republican chief addre-
imI his remarks directly to the man
who lives in tlie White House.
If you were );n;--ti.V cle,,l-.l, says
Ot-ii." iiutler to Mr., Hayes, why do
von discredit vour own till.i? !1 have
no rcsect for a man who will di-hon
or his mother's marriage certjtieate,'
Mind. I don't s;iv I believe .von were
falrlv electeil I really haven't exum-
ined the facts closely enough to form
an ooinloii. Rut it was your duty t
find out the truth U' fore you accepted
the ofiice. If there w as any wrong or
fraud, vou ought to have abdicated
I vour claim. Instead of doing so you
took the office without, any iUstions
and then proceeded to throw over
board men who .-re better licpiibliean
thau xnurseli, and who bad more
votes than you had. You arc cither
fraud or a lomempdbie sneaK a
fraud if your own decision in the
-ases of Packard and Chamberlain is
to he respected, and a sneak if you
hargained with the Democrats to cheat
them out of the offices to which they
were fairly elected. In either case
the Republican party must wash its
hands of you.
This is Gen. Butler's argument, and
almost in his own words. The argu
ment has been employed liefore, but
never with greater, clearness and
strength. It is unanswerable.
Sen. E. F. Sutler Says Eayea Sisal! have
Frooi His Speech at Boston on Saturday
I lielieve that it was the first duty
of Mr. Hayes to find out whether he
was honestly and truly elected Pres.
ident ot tfie united fotates, and, find
ing that to he so, to sustain ever y man
elected on the same ticket in his place
by every man and every dollar at bis
command. Applause.! I have no
resi)cct for a man who will dishonor
his mother's marriage certificate.
insist that it was Mr. Hayes' duty to
the Republican party, which elec ted
him, to sustain the men who sustahv
ed him. If he believed that there was
any wrony or fraud in tin election, he
nhouul hare just abdicated his claim.
and let us abandon hi t lecHo)i and
vranh our hands of the whole mat
We lielieve that Mr. Hayes was not
wronglully elected. Tlie Republican
nrty stood firm in that belief during
ill that long count and that anxious
period from November to March. In
my judgment, it was bis duty to
stand by us, and say to these men
who were voted for on the same tick'
et with himself, and the ballots for
whom were counted by the same lie-
turning iioards which declared his
election, and who received more votes
than he himself m many cases, that
the power of the L uited States sliould
supK)it tlnir right every where, if
he had no auHjneion regarding the
foundation on which he wan declared
to be etc-fed, in Ixmisiana for instance.
And don't let anv one say that 1 do
not lielieve Mir. Hayes fairly Lelected,
for hare not looked into the nubjei t
can ful!y enough to form a judgment
on it. i tumk lus course in Kouisiiiiia
was very unjust. If he was himself
elected, Packard was elected by the
Eayes Eaself Proves ihe Truth cf Chan
From the I'tica Republican, Senator Couk-
ling i itiii , v r ' (i.i.
TliG Hon. William K. Chandler of
New Hampshire has made public some
interesting revelations of the manner
in which Mr. Hayes secured the Pres
idency, ami they will be found in tie
tail in another nart of this oaiier.
1'here have lieen whispers of some
such revelation as this, and the facts
have been bruited about iu a vague
manner. Now thev are given with
such proof, in the shaiie of names ami
dates, as must not only call public at
tention to them i ut evoke public
I hat Mr, Chandler tus the truth
in regard to the oarg.iming, we have
no doubt. We are )crfectly certain,
too, that the J"pubh"eaii narty was
not privy to the injustice, but acted in
good frtith in pressing the claims of
Mr. Haves to his seat. There is
ibund.-tnt evidences furnished by the
President himself as to his bargain
with the South. If Ijouisiana did not
give its vote for i'ackard, it did not
give ii vote ftir Hayes, since Pack
ard's majority was very much the
larger of Ihe two. Vet, in suite of this
self-evident fact, the President and his j
friends preceded, immediately alter
ns election, to upset Packard and
gP'e his l'lace to icliolls. the Demo
cratic' claimant.' The saiiij.- ihijig was
done iu South Carolina. The troops
were withdrawn, Chamberlain was
left to the mercies of the shot-gun
brigade, and his legislature was dis
Iituvui !;y IJapiiiton's armed friends.
Tiie rest (if tlie' b'lugain was tarried
but with most imfecent hash. North
rup, Fitzsi'iiuions, Wall Iron, and oth
eiiehbl agiJita ere noipjnafed to jx
sitioijs where they eoiihj cmmU''! .1i-c-tioiis,
and a triumvirate of Noutheni
Senators, consisting of Gordon, Lamar
and 1 1 ill, was formed to Ik the Pres
ident's chief advisers. These men are
iu office to-day. We regret that the
President himself has furnished most
startling confirmation of the truth of
Mr. Chandler's charges.
Jerssv Cattle For Tennessee.
Wo are pleased, to notice sn many
of the best dairy cattle the world can
produce "commg i"t' Uiis iKMlg
State- Mr. T. J. Hand writes from
1 expect in dispatch qn Moinir,y a
carload ofjersey cattle p Maj. Oamp-Ih-11
P.rown, of Tennessee. Among
them are bull Jubilee, by lird Jj-iw-
rem e, out ot impress, ureu oy ni.xseii;
very line :! inos b, c.. out ofC. 1.
Sharph ss' ri.e cow lilaek liess; aever.il
xcellent c(ws Iropi the nerd of Jos.
H. Rieinan, jialtimoic; a heifer from
.'has. M. Reich, Hart fond, and (lie
rand S'SOO cow Lucv, from the
herd of Moses V. Tilden, New Ixba-
non. She is the of the ten "goisl ones'
irought on the Island two years ago
iy Col. Wild, w ho went cxpiesly
om missioned bv Mr. Tilden to sjlei t
them. Hhe's a cow wtiic'i any
n eeder in the country might lie proud
to have in bis herd. Two heifers from
Richard Goodman, of Inox Mass.,
will go in the car to 1. 11. Malone,
.juw farmers, living on a small
island have .tuiiel for many gencr-
ttionsto make the most of their limi
ted grass lands and a few greatly ihi
proved cream and butter cows. To
lbtani the maximum ot theiiest tauter
from the minimum of gr.is-ian I other
iw-feed is the problem which the
ier.sey COM and her breeders have
lved. JNlai.' Rrown, Mr. Malone aiid
others do well to build on this long
proved basis. We hope to live long
enough to see the dairy business a
large industry iiiTennessee.Auierican
Nkithek Mr. Haves nor Mr. lvy
sliould misuntierst.ind us. When the
Democrats of Georgia find themselves
confronted by the party that has
l,rit4J,!vt the de.sMl:itn,n und iiia.-.ier of
bad government Uioi the Squth that
has pursued and perscouttd ourunhaj
py lieople withau ingenuity K'rsistenee
Nirn of the most intolerable nulignity
the world has ever seen that has rob
led and sw hulled the couutry to the
right and left mat lias toyed with
and trampled on the liberties ofitiyens.
that h is conceive I Jahd e.msUiiiniated
an electoral fraud of such magnitude
that ihe country evin at this day can
scarcely re ihz. its extent w'neu tlie
Iemoerats of Georgia' find themselves
eonfroted by this inrty, neiiher toe
hope of Mr. Hayes noi the remarkable
confidence of Mr. Key can point to a
break in the long, steady lines of pitri-
ots and freemen. ( ieorgia will lie ii.
and the South will l0 ',ulid an t they
will rc'Ualn solid until the last vestige
of Itudieal misrule is swept out of the
land. Atlanta Constitution.
- .... -
Tin- U-tti-r of (Miantllor, o limis
antl !'i'licitli(i-i a-i it is on tut s irfai-o,
:(.mti;iii' a 'rions warnini' whicli
foutli'Tii in"'i, ami tixH-iallv tiio in
fluential UK ii, of Ixiuisiaii;!, Florida
iiutl South Carolina, will do well t
lu i'il. Now York World.
' (.ui li and silver theonly I 'n.il ten-
it i" is tin oft iviieat4'il iil.itlonn d. -
t'laratlon of the 1 leiuoeraev of the Km-
jure State. Neitlnr najHT nor person
cau gainsay it without stultification and
ub:.nlotne:it of narty grojiiUi.jj-nJi-
HOT CONS WITS TILEE17.
The Coup D'Etat Ze is Said to Ea Pre
, W i m
WashiaKton Correspondence Detroit J'ews
'1 he public may as well know once
for all, that we have not entirely done
with Tilden yet, nor is the Presidential
question yet settled. Hy the terms of
the Klectoral Pill the defeated candi
date lias his recourse to the Supreme
Court, and 31 r. lilden will, in Ins own
good time, avail inmseit ot the right,
lhislsnot a sensational statement
but the words of truth and soberness,
I know whereof I am speakinjr when
I say Mr. Tilden is fully resolved
TO CONTEST HIS KIGHT TO TIIK 1RKS
before the Courts. He has never for a
moment wavered in that determina
tion. As a preliminary step in that
direction he took the oath of office on
the 4th of March last, ami has been
swearing ever since, for that matter,
"V ' .jl . , i .
ioi inai ue expecis io succeed m
ousting Hayes from his seat, unless
in the meantime such a change should
come over the political complexion of
things as to render such a result proba
ble. But his object, in the main, is to
reopen the question ror uiscitssion at
- 1 ...
iue projier lime io nave lis eiteci ou
the next National DemocraticConven
. : .
nun. ne expects io present such an
array of facts to the public that,
whether the legal points involved are
decided m his favor or not,
SU H A.N EXC ITKMEXT WILL KE CKK-
and such a feeling evoked in his favor.
as to remlcr Ins rciiommatioii in lshn
a foregone conclusion. He has had
men in his employ, ever since the eon
test was decided against him. collect-
and collating the evidence, and it is
the business of his life to simcrintend
the work as it progresses. He has a
private printing olhce of his own,
witn trusty men employed, sworn to
seorecy, whose business it is to print
iue niaiier as n is prepared.
in view ot these -acts, it beconiesan
Interesting subject of speculation w hat
the efleet will be if Hayes is
lliUVKX INTO TJIK DEMOCRATIC I'AIt-
In that case it is not imnosible that
we may witness the spectacle of two
iiemocrauc contestants contending
nir uie i rcsiiieiiiiai oirice an anoma
ly not more startling than many we
mne lieen called upon to witness
within the past few months.
l.utitis idle to speculate at this
time. The main facts vou can rely
upon, j lie iTesidential contest is not
over, and will not lie for vears. The
interview with Tilden, published.
some time since, in the New York
Jlera'if, and afterward feebly denied,
was substantially true, and was nro-
cured by 1 ilden himself as a feeler of
Traaspsrted fer Tea Years "I Will Wait.
9 Yea f aithftu.
Mr. Alexander Sullivan relates, in
s sketches of "New Ireland," an in
teresting romance connected with the
marriage ot Kevin O'Dohei ty one of
the prominent memiiers of the branch
1 the r lieal narty called "Young
Ireland." O'Doheity was, at the
time of outbreak of 14, a young
medical student in Dublin. He was
.in active contributor to the Nation.
the organ of the repealeis, in which
Ihe principles of the party were most
openly and eai-pcsfly pronmlgatcd.
Vinoiig the women ' who furnished
the relcl verses for the seditious siieet
was a MissKva Marv Kellv. the voung
tiauguier oi a country t.aiwav gen
tk nun. O'Dohei ty was li 1st attract
ed by the verses of the young poetess,
ami 'soon after was attracted by licr
self. The love of the twospedsinooth
ly until O'Doheity was arrested,
among others, as a conspirator against
the Bririsii govern ment. When bis
ease was brought to trial, the jury
twtce ds,arced, ami, liefore hid third
arraignineht, he was ollered i virtual
pardq.i a merely nominal sentence
if he w ould plead guilty. The young
lover sent for hi sweetheart to visit
him in his prison, and informed her of
the proposition. "It may seem as if I
did not feel thecert-iinty of losing you,
perh tips forever," said be, "but I don't
like idea of pleading guilty. Say,
what shall I do?" "Ilo'" ansyeroJ
the noble-hearted girl; ''.why, be a
man, auj face th wor.jt. I'll wait for
you,' however long the "sentence may
be." "Nest (jay," writes Mr. Suit
van, "fortune deserted Kevin. The
jury found hbn guilty. The judge as
signed him ten years transjiortation.
'iLva' was allowed to see him once
more iu the cell to say adieu. She
whisiered in his ear, 'Be you faithful,
I'll wait.' And she did, Yeaio lied
bv, and the young exile Svas; at length
allow ed once more to tread Irish soil.
Two days after he landed at Kings
town 'llva' was bis bride. :' O'Doher
ty is to-day a distinguished member
of the Queensland legislature.
SI1TATC2 BUTlSa'S SEAT.
A EcpaVilcaa ESert In the Senate to Pe
ciare it Vacant
Special llispatch to the New York World.
,.si!!n'.N", XVc. he pend
ing l(iestiin Ik-fore the Senate when it
meets will In the resolution of Senator
liutlcr for a comniittee to iuvestiate
the (.barges that he used iniiroier
means tt secure his scat. Mr. Ed
munds intend to sujipleineiit the roso
lutimi by one protiofclrin; to hiiuire Into
the Ieyaiity ot llutler's election, with
the hope, it is said; of unitiugthe Jle
publican majority ultimately to .le
elare the seat" vacuiit. The Republican
leaders hold, it is said, that liutlcr was
not legally elected, lne interesting
(fiiestioii aj to Vihelhvr u, inaioiity can
declare the Steal' yaeant or whether it
wiil reuuire two-thirds to ex pel will
conic ui. It is doubtful, however, if
the inquiry amounts to anything. The
Keoubiieau. majority in tbe Ciiaie will '
oe reou e i to one o e ,vn OVigltus
re-a-iseiulilci, .Mf, J';atciou saj'.s to
d:v that ;trj isyou'a b.o is able to travtl
be inieiidstotake a two-month' leave
of alisi'iice, and does not inleipl to ak
the lVnioeralic side fiji' lah He
thinls that .". the llcpublicans have
deiuHinced hiiu from his own side of
the Chamber he owes them nothing,
ami will therefore not go out of his
way to protect their sltndor majority.
It seeujs probable thata resolution wd
be introduced into the House to inves
tigate the restoration of Mnjor Itunkle
to the army after he had been out of it
many years on a severe sentence, l(
tiiis "ia established as a precedent,
which includes liHcUpuy, it is admitted
that a larye number will come forward
to bo re-Instated. The Secretary of
War and Judge Advocate lieneral
were against Iiankle's restoration, but
the President overruled it,
.Tu-lc Jt-ro Tilai-k lists a irreat dis
like toonleriu from a hill of fare
when at dinner, s-nd liis umi.'.I diivc
tion to an attendant is; ''living mo
an'tliiiifi" that nroner for a civilized
bein;' to eat."
When Senator Gordon was in JiN
a'terealion with Conklin, Hen. Hill
reached over to him, ami said: 'I will
stand hy you, General, to tit? liistdro'
ifmy iiltxKi, and the last cent ii
! ".ya;:ts, like the Confe.Ieraleirousi
j js trvimr 'erii'ple t!ie ; eriiment.
aloli!i'd a !,hii (,:iice in hi
deiariment because it was uscIck, but
si-n an act will lx speedily annulled
when the stalwarts iret coutrol
i tigain, UoWu lieruld.
Dealer in all kind of
Tersons In town will save monr by eMl
ini? t the "Llf llo House Aronml the Cor
ner." where every ihlna needed lor the ta
ble can he hud cheaper than elsewhere, and
Hume from the couniiy do t lie same, and al
ho Iwirter their jirodure or receive cash from
ns mr anytiuu tuey wisn to sen. . ro,
21 Garde ji Street. Reptl4-ly
,sa rx j 'SK-Zj- -irw?VM
Swan, Slow, k,
Sontb-west s!de of the Public Square, in the
nouse formerly oconpied by iue Bank of
i.oiuiRKia, wnere lie proposes to ofter every
thing in hia line at prices that will
Will be done to order.
Iloofliii;. ( ;uttcriiiir. and pvnrrthlnv rs.r.
ta'nlnn to Ins line of litisiness ou better
terms umn can ue iia.i clHewueie.
Ij. H. Alt weil can foim.l al. lli"; hnn
and would bo tlatl to have all bin old
iriuuus chii upon huu. nov'2-77-Jm
J . V. McEwea. NV. T. I riswell. J. T. Akin
J - T. Akin & Co.
We li'.vti louk;Tit W. IT. Fii is' iuU-rrRt
the I . iid.'rtnkluK and Furiiilure Store
J. T. Akiu tt Co., and will keep a
Of everything iu our Hue.
will piers- 1 ve us a call.
i'- Our fi iendB
We have in ntock a lir.-t-class
Also Ifarncsd from
$12.00 to lOO.OO
(lurwukis first -clavs;
than the same kind ol v
Use prices lower
rk can le Ivonebl
uovth of Coluinbiii. KL'HS ti TURl'IN
-im ii v
June k(l-. -ly.
TURBIHE ine 1EEI.
GUARASTIiEU THE BEST.
STOUT, MILLS & TEMPLE,
Manufacturers and Proprietors.
AI0,J loar nnd Ph-P'.-r
ii-hI General MlllFnr
nherD. lirire lllim
t ruled (Miialosue sent
:. poll Hpnlicalinn to
Stout, Mills A Tex
tile. liu.vt.cn. Ohio, or
M02IUKENTS AND T05IB3T0JJE3
All of the tst Italian Marble. -
I.hso. lave the latest styles of iUsIijds,
All irnl Ir Pi i' li-RD ns CHI l none cs-wtn-rtj,
M-tnuBctoiy on Wat Maiu Sue;!, near the
Gorment Claim Agency.
Now is thf time to file your Claims 'or
Bounty, Anenrsaiiri Pav, pension uuil Ar
rears. We.rof ls.U llul Isiii. All Cixims 'or
proei'ty laeu hy lie) rcderal army tluriiiK
I lie late v;ir. Hint curving lee MhM h-'f-tre
1 he war. co!iect-tl wh h the usual dispatch
Persons frm i diseincc cu-i coniiiiunicule
villi I li- i!nilersitMi.tl. Alt hil lijess a'.'.ciiU
el to prompt ly. Office u ndt-r Uerald aud
Mail, No. Nortli jiala fctrewl.
him m mm$&m
y&vj9jT53 h.- j$zZ terj
FOIL STOCK OF STAPLE IB MU GROCERIES
Imported and Domestic
"Wines ,xic3L Ijiquors
E5- -X7U-. GAMBIjE!,
Cor. Main and Uhiht fStf. ,
Picture Frames, etc.
Ihavemoved mv Btocli of Rooks. I'ictareJ. nn-1 In ff.ct. evervlhlnir to he fiiiiii.1 In
nrei-ciawi coon oioie io uiy um &iaua, nexiooor lo ihe l'oslOince, oi'posilo Melou lioune
COME ONE !
To the People's pojiular
& uTrf -if.y o, bi Ufa
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery-
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder
Articles, Books and Stationery, Kerosene Oil,
Lamps and Chimneys,
Garden Seeds, Glass, Faints, Oils, Varnishes,
And Dye Stutf, Etc., Etc.,
Fure Wines and .Liquors br Mediciim! p'jrr.oscs Patent Medicines, etc.
MORE GROCERIES !
I . O W i-Z ii
We have now iu it.ie a
Staple and Fancy Sorceries,
Fresh Fish, Oysters
Aud will uo( ue undersold
Goods Received Daily!
OUR l'AKCHKII AND l(t()I'NIM OKI- r.: ar- roust ..-d In f,r .wn
hoil.se twice h-1 WfcK,Hiit c:iu lie rt'llcl to iih Im It lre!i, W pack
Iu tin hnckctM, c ins or c inulsIeM lo suit cusKnne.n, t.i.v.
UUK TK.VH arc u iif(ju:ild in u'lalny : pi l.'n. We will liiipllcaU
New York or liny oilici princs, lW.il.it s j iiirlinsini; half ponmlH oi
pountls, w ill he luriiWhc.1 v. i I fi a l.iucy cituulslt-r, lead itiictl aud
ljaiitls,iiely ;'.i'Utriieiil(-tl, vitr.K.
Otli WIN I:JS aro iltl antl pure, ami cannot, bo etiia!ed Uz tncdical
nu iioscu. liive us a Irlal and : s,il,is:li;,l.
OCm W pay cash for H icon, Produce, i'.nllei' and h'. 'us. " (ioodi
delivered free iu the city, ice luruibUcd lo lauiiiiesuuiiug Hie beasoD.
Next Lo Trade Palace, l'ulilic Square,
mum k hah
DRY-GOODS, BOOTS, SII0KS, HATS, CLOTJIIIsG, STAPLE AND FAN
CY GHOCKIU1S, WHEAT, COltN, MKAL, FLOLTJ, UA
CON, LARD, SLTJAPv, CtJFFKJ-:, SALT,
And evervthiiisr uuallv kept iu a fir.-t la-s h.ius;-. Also wciehs on Fair
bunk'H Standard Scales, CORN', 1 1 AY, HO..S, CATTLK, i:TC.,
nnd jmarautoo their prices to
JuiH'tion: Mt. rieasant
For the Care of Fever and Ag'ie
(Coined from the. Si w
"Majri l's Cniil Cure Is nnoucKll. nh! v one of I h most innrvelcus reined ies ever oflered
to tne fiublic, U Is lyontl any (j'iestio-1 isitive uiel Kpettly cure lor it! I om-h l
i HII llsand FKVEIlof no matt- r how many year si .ikIiiijj. i oiiLiiiiina nenlier tiin-
" Mntl.,Corolherde;eteiious tlruas, il enn he - vi u w ith perft l Impiiiiitv to chlltlren,
Ln,! i moreover aRplendl I Tonic and fine A f,-' ;:il c in he taken with splendid re
IiiiliH lin till eases of ijeneral nehi;ity. '1 Ids remedy In never falii'd in perfecluiK acme,
and l.-evlMhul alrial to convince llio in' sli.-i,' i.Mi." (u ... -
Votk Tlie rropiielor will py io Haodie;! Ix.Hant (or every drop ol Ms (hill turc
lound to lie coiiin ed ol ijninine. ai scr-ic, or r.l her tt,-:et i Ioi.k suli-taiice.
r or sale by T. 15. KAlN-, Loluiu!iIn,'iVnii.,aiid hy otr.t r di un-.ls generally.
1 IlrVi-tY V. 3IVCiII-I
l'fjitrictot and. Manujncluftr, Ml fjurlh Awnie, LvuiniUie,
OFFERED TO MERCHANTS
WALL PAPER, SHADES,
COME ALL ! '
low price Book Store.
m d vmJ nir'Y
Braces, Fancy and Toilet
X Jt 1C13S!
Hpleudld assort lueul of
and Game in Sea on 1
on kruip grades aud iuitliueg
Stock Always Fresh!
as ei.c::p tnei-iieapcsi.
and llani;mhii-c liikcs,
and Malarial Fever of Every Kind.
(jr.'fi.i V'-r Current.)
li. T. HL'OHKH
Barnett rSs Hughes,
Attorneys at Law7
(illlce: (in West Mtn Hlrcct, formerly (
cupied liy TIioiiihm V liai uelt. Jan. 1-77-ly
WALK Kit UKEEN.
Green & Thompson,
Attorneys at Law,
Will pmoUoo in hII tin1 viu iius rimrtn ol
Maury uikJ ndjoiiiiptf cininties. SjrcrtHl Rt
(fill ion glveu'lo coiiei lions. Jhii. 1-77-ly.
J. B. Bond,
Attorney at Law,
Will prtu'lk'O In .Mnury ami atljolnlng
oiiiil it s. jhii. i.'l-7l-ly.
O. W. Witherspoon,
Attorney at Law,
Col 1 1 111 bin, Ten 1 1 ree.
Will attend Willi promptness to all I.i-uhI
KiislneKs out 1 iisl.sl 10 his fiii f, i 11 Mmiry mul
4d,loliiliiK count "l 1 li t Hi t t'li 1 11 01 l col.
lecllon ainl M lllt lnt niM Ol all kiiuls. I Hflce:
-Whllthonit: lilocii. jitn. 2S-77-ly.
P. H. Southall, Jr.,
Attorney at Law,
Ct ililinbia, Tennessee.
SikcihI HlW'iill'iii lImu Ui ciillfftlorm.
Olllce: Wlillthoiue lllock. jini. 1-77-ly.
Looney & Sykes,
Attorneys at Law
And Solicitors in Chancery,
Columbia, : :
W. C. Taylor,
Attorney at Law
And Solictor in Chancery,
ifllce: With McJIimvcII.V: Wclivlcr. U'hlt
thornti UliH-k. jiin. l-7ii-.j .
IU H S.NS(JM,
Taylor & Sansom,
Attorneys ;at Law
Aud Solicitors in Chancery,
Colillnl'i;i, Ti-iiiu1 .ee.
Wl'l piat pt'ii ill Mail 1 y mill ml loininc
countlt s, tinil 111 tue Si,.i. in,, mul i'tMlcrHi
CourtHiit Nnslivile. -pc utl uttt'iit Ion Kiveu
to the colli-ciio'i of clainii,. llllct : - Soul It
stile puljllc Mjii'irt". jitn. 77-ly .
John V. Vright,
Attorney at Law
And Solictor in Chancery,
ffl- 1 1'iir.-: Whillhoi ue lllock, l"i-M(aiiN,
A. M.IH iiHI.s.
A. M. Ill MIIKS, Jr.
A. M. Hughes & Son,
Attorneys at Law
And Solicitors .n Chancery,
Colunilii.i, 'IV iiiii'M-'.
Will practice l?i t he 'on n of Munrv ami
llitiniii" coutilit s, im.! :-,ui'ii iii'. Mini Kctl-
cral ','ourlN ut Nii-ln i lf. l iu? slrirtt st ui
U'litioii will Im kivi 11 loail liii-intsK tritriiMi-
! l tlit ir caw. I n : 1 ct : -Soiiili khIo W csL
Main Hli't-vl, "Jini door I10111 liu: Mitiaic.
V. .1. W'l .l'.STKK.
McDowell & Wcbstert
Attorneys at Law
Cnluiillii;i, Tcltlics-t I-.
Attorney at Law,
ROUT. M. McKAY.
n. r. nijitiw,
McKay & Figucrs,
vrroi'.N i;ym - a.t - ia.w,
t'olimilii:i. Ten iie.s,.,..
Will lii'Hfllee in M :iniv :i ml ielj.K""lit roll n
tlea. Proiupl alteutioii ;lven to bosluei
etiirusi. tl iifiiit'in. i ii i i. k: 'I'.itiu u lilockf
up hi airs. No. I I'j huu til si le pulil ie i.,iinie,
A u. Pi 17.
J. T. 1.. ( OCilUAN,
Attoi'i?' i I lav
AipI Solict'ior in ( 'li;i!n-ciy.
Prompt .atlc.nl ioim lo collet t Ions, fifflec
No. 4'i West ise veil III Street, Count, hia, Ten
ne.ei. s'p7 77 ly.
Attorney ;t I:; ::i Elicits; i: t::i:t:j,
i'olumhia, Ten ih'Khcc.
Office (In the Hon ih slil-) of Ihe
with Wilkes ,v lluilock.
ft. hit 77-ly
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
K'Kint No. 'i'S Cohilinde liuildiiiK,
NASHVILI.K, ... TINN.
Wlil !l leii lo ail Ir.iMin s t nil iisletl l
his car M it li pi tn i I u s lit l.'m It, Tlitttl ,
Naliouhl tktnli of Nasin ille. nmj l-ly
J. V-. McKISSACK,
Attorney and Counselor Rt Law
Will al lend st i let ly I ) tir-jm intrusted
to htm Iu h;i ol I ho C'liils t, Matiiy antl
mljt,llllitf CtlUlll l. ll'.l Ml I li- .'Mll'ICIIIC Hll'l
federal Cony. In N l-hville. CollecllotiH
antl wet t '.etut'tts of all 1.1. ids alti-tidcd lt
Wltti tolil pi ncss.
(JilhccW hill hoi lie I'.Un-k. luayll-tT
CoiOnil lii, "I't ijiii -stf.
tlhCtNt. M '!'ile' lieel. I'll luiiit;
IlitM'K. Ke'ei S lo 111". .1 . P. . V. '. I'llllH
Nashville, Teuii.; 1 r. I.. I. M.n.ie, Mtui
phis, 'ienu. ii.n 1-77-ly.
W. C. SlILtPPARD,
SURGEON DENTIST j
Col u in hia, Teiiuessee.
(11 I UK Next door lo Method's! I liureli,
Phvsician and Surgeon
Noith Muiii SLi.-et,
W. R. JOIINSTON.M. D-,
lias returned l. I i.lmlKa su-1 resumed
the firacticeot DeoiNtry In ull lis Ijrancl.es.
tjttlco Al 1li resldet.ee ol iis. K. i. l'ew,
blKlilUSjlie)!. s.,.1. Il-tf.
Boot and Slice .Wake"',
.".iuIU i:iubarKO .Street,
I desire lo ny to l:y old ciistemeis nnd
ol hers, I lui t 1 si ill liiul.e. llo ifs nnd rslus".
himI I In. I no one c:i.'.- is am lior:.,'d to sell
Ihein. Any pei'stm oi niei. liiini pielemHntt
in sell mv llisils t i l-li'M s, s ti, liiiudliiK llm
nuhlic.lor Im Is telllUK a rtlel kxI.
MV 177-lr. i'tl lll-CKliSBAUi. I
I. N. HAUNKTT.